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ms-kawesome:

The next time a man starts yelling at you, cut him off and tell him you just can’t talk to him when he’s being so emotional.

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"The late, disabled playwright John Belluso had a theory about why actors who play disabled characters often win Oscars: It is reassuring for the audience to see an actor like Daniel Day Lewis, after so convincingly portraying disability in My Left Foot, get up from his seat in the auditorium and walk to the stage to accept his award. There is a collective “Phew” as people see it was all an illusion. Society’s fear and loathing around disability, it seems, can be magically transcended."

Disability Is Not Just a Metaphor: The entertainment industry loves disabled characters—but not disabled actors

in the meantime, if we were allowed to see more representations of people with different disabilities in film, tv, pop culture and real life, that fear & loathing would dissipate, and we’d start to see disabilities as a normal part of life.

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"I detest the masculine point of view. I am bored by his heroism, virtue, and honour. I think the best these men can do is not talk about themselves anymore."

— Virginia Woolf (via nnairi)

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galaxypug:

I was watching Just Married with this guy once and at that bit on the wedding night when Ashton Kutcher lays his head on Brittany Murphy’s chest to sleep he was like ‘isn’t that the wrong way round? girls are supposed to sleep on the guy’s chest’ and that’s why straight people are weird.

A couple I know were having trouble holding hands because the boy was insisting that his hand was supposed to go in front

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lil-bit-ghei:

lil-bit-ghei:

"What were you wearing?"
I wore a red dress to work today. It has a zipper at either side of my chest that can unzip and reveal a thin strip of skin. A coworker, without warning, tried pulling at the zipper and when it wouldn’t zip, instead revealed a good portion of my collarbone and shoulder as well as my bra strap. An hour later, the same coworker came up and told me to not wear clothes with zippers because he’ll go right ahead and unzip them. I shot back that unzipping me without my permission is sexual harassment. Apparently a manager heard and berated my coworker. At the end of my shift, my coworker told me that my little comment got him in trouble and that he no longer feels comfortable saying anything to me other than “hello” and “goodbye.”
I am supposed to feel guilty for pointing out that he can’t lay his fucking hands on me.

So I wore the infamous dress at work yesterday and ANOTHER MALE COWORKER DECIDED TO PULL AT ONE OF MY FUCKING ZIPPERS.We were surrounded by other (also male) coworkers (that did nothing) and I swatted his hand away while promptly informing him that he didn’t have permission to touch me.
He then asked, since he knows I cosplay, if it would be any different if I wore a revealing costume. I gave him a dirty look and told him that no matter what *I* decide to wear, no one is allowed “to lay a finger on me unless they want my foot up their ass.”
Being that I’m quite professional at work, they were all surprised by my language and the ferocity with which I spat my promise.

you fucking go girl

thatthinginyourshoe:

lil-bit-ghei:

lil-bit-ghei:

"What were you wearing?"

I wore a red dress to work today. It has a zipper at either side of my chest that can unzip and reveal a thin strip of skin. A coworker, without warning, tried pulling at the zipper and when it wouldn’t zip, instead revealed a good portion of my collarbone and shoulder as well as my bra strap. An hour later, the same coworker came up and told me to not wear clothes with zippers because he’ll go right ahead and unzip them. I shot back that unzipping me without my permission is sexual harassment. Apparently a manager heard and berated my coworker. At the end of my shift, my coworker told me that my little comment got him in trouble and that he no longer feels comfortable saying anything to me other than “hello” and “goodbye.”

I am supposed to feel guilty for pointing out that he can’t lay his fucking hands on me.

So I wore the infamous dress at work yesterday and ANOTHER MALE COWORKER DECIDED TO PULL AT ONE OF MY FUCKING ZIPPERS.
We were surrounded by other (also male) coworkers (that did nothing) and I swatted his hand away while promptly informing him that he didn’t have permission to touch me.

He then asked, since he knows I cosplay, if it would be any different if I wore a revealing costume. I gave him a dirty look and told him that no matter what *I* decide to wear, no one is allowed “to lay a finger on me unless they want my foot up their ass.”

Being that I’m quite professional at work, they were all surprised by my language and the ferocity with which I spat my promise.

you fucking go girl

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"Education about consent can start before education about sex. If we teach our children to respect others, they’ll grow into respectful adults."

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YES THANK YOU

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We also need to teach children that they have a right to say no, and that their bodies are their own. Because that’s where it starts: kids are taught that they don’t have any right to personal boundaries, and they carry that with them all their lives. Is it any wonder that their sense of boundaries as adults is completely fucked up?

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emmablackery:

If I want to wear makeup, it’s not up to you.
If I don’t want to wear makeup, it’s not up to you.
My appearance should only affect me. How I choose to dress my body or wear my face doesn’t need to be a subject of discussion for those who see only from the outside.
I look fucking fine either way. I don’t need a stranger telling me I “look better natural” or that I “look like a whore” with makeup on. I like makeup. That’s my opinion on my own appearance. It does not affect you.
I don’t need a stranger telling me I “need to discover makeup” or that I “look like a rough piece of shit” without makeup on. I like my face bare as well as covered. That’s my opinion on my own appearance. It does not affect you.

emmablackery:

If I want to wear makeup, it’s not up to you.

If I don’t want to wear makeup, it’s not up to you.

My appearance should only affect me. How I choose to dress my body or wear my face doesn’t need to be a subject of discussion for those who see only from the outside.

I look fucking fine either way. I don’t need a stranger telling me I “look better natural” or that I “look like a whore” with makeup on. I like makeup. That’s my opinion on my own appearance. It does not affect you.

I don’t need a stranger telling me I “need to discover makeup” or that I “look like a rough piece of shit” without makeup on. I like my face bare as well as covered. That’s my opinion on my own appearance. It does not affect you.

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